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Babe in the Woods: Path of Totality

by Yvonne Wakefield

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At age eighteen in 1974, Yvonne Pepin set out to build a home from trees on eighty acres she bought on an Oregon mountainside. Almost five decades later, the cabin and Yvonne have weathered the years, and both continue to stand seasoned and proud. Babe in the Wood: Path of Totality is the third in a three-book series about her life in this wilderness cabin. Between making and marketing art and piecing together a living as a freelance writer and arts educator, Yvonne spends weeks and months alone at the log cabin. She leaves behind overpopulated landscapes branching out of glass, metal, and electricity. Here time is measured by the juniper's lengthening shadows, the ever-rushing creek, the changing seasons, and finding the prize of one's self between the spaces.… (more)
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At age eighteen in 1974, Yvonne Pepin set out to build a home from trees on eighty acres she bought on an Oregon mountainside. Almost five decades later, the cabin and Yvonne have weathered the years, and both continue to stand seasoned and proud. Babe in the Wood: Path of Totality is the third in a three-book series about her life in this wilderness cabin. Between making and marketing art and piecing together a living as a freelance writer and arts educator, Yvonne spends weeks and months alone at the log cabin. She leaves behind overpopulated landscapes branching out of glass, metal, and electricity. Here time is measured by the juniper's lengthening shadows, the ever-rushing creek, the changing seasons, and finding the prize of one's self between the spaces.

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